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Worklog #3 | PC desk Spike | by JRelooc

Hi there,


this is the third blog post about my PC desk "Spike" which I´ve designed myself. Here I will post some pictures of my project and some other information.

If you didn´t read my last blog posts, please read them first.

https://www.cmws.global/blog/spike-desk

https://www.cmws.global/blog/spike-desk2


I am Jannis from Germany so please let me know in the comments, if I can correct any mistakes. ;)

If you´ve got some questions or like my project, I would be really happy if you leave some feedback below or write a comment.


I designed my desk in a 3d software and I also built it myself.

You can find the newest updates on my YouTube channel.

It would be really cool, if you´d check it out: www.YouTube.com/JRelooc


Some companies also liked my project and sent me some nice hardware.

Huge thanks to: Aquatuning (Alphacool+Phobya), Caseking, Coolermaster, Msi and Nvidia. without them my project wouldn´t be possible.


--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- After I made some millings with the big machine (which i showed in the last post), I continued with a more tiny one.



I also colored the legs of my desk white, because the brown wood isn´t looking that great. ;)

Then I put my desk together and screwed the top half together. Later, I also screwed on the legs of the desk.



On the next picture you can see how I prepared the unboxing of my watercooling parts. I put some cameras at different angles to get some versatile shots.


Then I unboxed the first big package from Aquatuning which included many nice parts for my build.



This is all the stuff which was in the package:

Next I continued to work on the front panel of the desk. I built in some buttons a USB hub.




I also recieved my NAS system which is equipped with 16Tb of storage. It isn´t sponsored, but since I won it in a giveaway I decided to disassemble it and integrate it in my desk PC.


The last step which I will show in this post is the delidding of my I7700k CPU. I did it with a tool from "Der 8auer" called "Delid die mate". It worked really great and it is easy to use.



The third worklog can be found here:


English:

German:


This was my third worklog of my PC desk. If you liked it please leave a like/comment and subscribe to my YouTube channel. I´m also happy if you leave some feedback below. :)


-Jannis

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